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Athletics meal plan progress on-going

Athletics meal plan progress on-going

Outside of coaches supplying snacks for players, only the basketball teams currently have a pilot meal plan

At CSUN, only the men’s and women’s basketball teams have benefited from an NCAA rule implemented in August by way of a card that can be used once a day exclusively at Geronimo’s, a campus dining hall. The regulation also allows the teams’ coaches the ability to provide food at the departments’ or their own […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors seal consecutive road wins in second overtime against Cal Poly

Women’s Soccer: Matadors seal consecutive road wins in second overtime against Cal Poly

CSUN (5-7-1, 2-0) topped the weekend off with another victory (2-1) Sunday against Cal Poly (6-7-0) going into double overtime to settle the score. Junior defender Kendall Moskal and Junior forward Lyndsey Preston brought the Matadors back from the 1-0 Mustang lead to earn the program’s first win over both Cal Poly and UCSB on […]

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Men’s Soccer: Cal Poly hands CSUN their third straight loss in overtime

Men’s Soccer: Cal Poly hands CSUN their third straight loss in overtime

A late equalizer was not enough as the Matadors (4-6-1, 0-2-0) slipped to a third consecutive loss and their second of Big West conference play after losing to the Cal Poly Mustangs (6-2-3, 1-0-1)  2-1 in overtime Sunday afternoon at Spanos Stadium in San Luis Obispo. Junior midfielder Marino Peixoto scored his first-career goal to […]

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Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Big West rival Long Beach

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Big West rival Long Beach

After four sets, the Matadors took a 1-3 loss against the Long Beach State University 49ers on Saturday. Leading the team was outside hitter Cieana Stinson with 14 kills and a hitting percentage of .289 while middle blocker Casey Hinger completed 14 kills and eight digs. Outside hitter Danetta Boykin added 10 kills. Long Beach […]

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Women’s Soccer: Big West win breaks 10 game road loss streak

Women’s Soccer: Big West win breaks 10 game road loss streak

Overcoming what has eluded them since September of 2013, CSUN women’s soccer (4-7-1, 1-0 Big West) took a big road win at Santa Barbara (6-4-2, 0-1 Big West), Friday, in their Big West Conference debut. With apropos timing, the Matadors secured their first Big West win coming off a 10 game losing streak on the […]

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Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Shaka and Pete discuss the debacle that is the Oakland Raiders. They also talk about the difficulty of developing a young quarterback as well as the crop of the young guys coming out of the draft. This week ends on a cliff hanger, but the Pete and Shaka have plenty more commentary to bring listeners […]

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Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Board Talk with Hayley Hill: Recapping The Dew Tour in New York

The Dew Tour traveled cross-country from Portland to Brooklyn, New York a few weeks ago and was definitely packed with fans and crazy ledges, rails and stair sets. The street style course was a crowd favorite as New Yorkers watched their favorite pros fly down a course, hitting car jumps, hubbas and a ten-stair set […]

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Dodgers’ ace Kershaw should win NL MVP

Dodgers’ ace Kershaw should win NL MVP

With the MLB season , the NL MVP race took an unexpected turn. For a couple weeks, there were two candidates for the MVP. One player was Marlins’ outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. The other was Los Angeles Dodgers’ starting ace Clayton Kershaw. As Kershaw and the Dodgers gear up for post season play, last season’s NL […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

Bloodied but unbowed, CSUN Women’s Soccer (3-7-1) enter Big West Conference play confident of a top four finish and a resulting ticket into the Big West Conference Tournament. “We expected to do a lot better than we did in preseason, but overall, as a group, we did pretty well. We grew much more than we […]

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Sundial captures social media reaction from NBA Media Day: Storify

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The new face of Matador water polo

The new face of Matador water polo

Matthies' Division 1 experience as a player adds new element to seasoned CSUN team

Coming off one of the most successful seasons CSUN has seen, women’s water polo is at pivotal point in program history with new leadership steering the way. Behind the helm is new head coach Martin Matthies. As the program’s third ever head coach, he hopes to capitalize off last season’s impressive 23-9 result, which earned […]

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Men’s Golf: CSUN tumbles to sixth place

Men’s Golf: CSUN tumbles to sixth place

    The Matadors finished sixth, and senior Steven Molumby tied for third in their two-day Nick Watney Invitational at Fresno State on Tuesday. CSUN’s best two rounds of the 2014 season came on Monday at Sunnyside Golf Course, tying for fourth with both the Cal Poly Mustangs and Santa Clara Broncos through 36 holes. […]